West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian is delighted to be able to feature in Saturday’s FA Cup tie against West Bromwich Albion away from home.
The 28-year-old was initially suspended for the FA Cup fifth-round tie at The Hawthorns for his dismissal against Southampton on Wednesday.
The Spaniard was sent off just past the hour mark in the Premier League game between the Saints and West Ham at St. Mary’s Stadium.
Adrian was adjudged to have handled the ball outside the Hammers’ penalty box as he challenged Sadio Mane.
It was a controversial decision, which the FA has now overturned, meaning that Adrian is available for West Ham’s clash against West Brom on Saturday.
The former Real Betis goalkeeper is understandably happy to be able to play in the FA Cup tie, and has taken to to social networking site Twitter to express his delight.
Great work by the Club winning the appeal against my red card on wednesday game Ready for tomorrow #COYI— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) February 13, 2015
Adrian has made 25 Premier League appearances for West Ham so far this season, keeping six clean sheets and making an average of 2.6 saves per game in the process.